Prior to the August 31st deadline, we reached out to news media editorials. We sought to impress elected leaders to act with a mind to consequences.
We react in detail to the “speech” by Joe Biden on the murder of 14 US Servicemembers by ISIS terrorists at Kabul airport, Afghanistan.
How will a flood of ISIS and Al Qaeda effect Europe, United Kingdom, and America? Does the southern border factor in? What are your thoughts?
Hoda Muthana rejected the US to join ISIS in 2014. Now in a prison camp she is begging to return to the same country she vowed to destroy. Should we let her in?
Could Oprah Winfrey be the first Black female president? Maybe. Does she deserve to be? That is a question we are nowhere near knowing the answer to. It’s the question to keep in mind as the hype bandwagon starts to roll.
While voters may or may not agree with these personal statements, and facts, they should be considered. Most of these tweets and issues will never be addressed by the major media – instead minor side issues will grab the headlines. That is a disservice to the public.
An attempt to attack the US Marine Corps, and civilians in Manhattan, have yet to be defined in what seems to be the most clear and obvious definition possible. Which should bring to question why.
If the sentencing of Elfgeeh is an example of the direction of the nation in such cases, Bergdahl and Khweis may be facing long prison sentences.
It remains to be seen on how the Democratic Party will react when David Gordon appears before the 8 committees seeking their endorsement for his run, especially if no other challenger in their Party appears.
The potential for further destabilization in this part of the Middle East appears to be growing. The conflict between the US and its NATO ally Turkey is widening, even as the US is being drawn into a battle of influence with Russia.